Datapoint Michif/Predicative noun phrases and predicative locative phrases

There are different copula strategies for noun phrases (a French copula, a Cree lexical verb or a zero copula) and predicative locative phrases (a Cree verb).

Values

Differentiation

Example 75-187:
Aen fezoer di fwaen moon niveu.
Aen
def.art.m.sg
fezoer
maker
di
of
fwaen
hay
moon
1.poss.m
niveu.
nephew
My nephew is a hay maker.

Source: Laverdure & Allard 1983: 127

Example 75-55:
Akwanikik savayet tii zhvoo.
Akwanikik
those.anim
sa-va-yet
3pl-fut-be
tii
2pl.poss
zhvoo.
horse.pl
Those will be your horses.

Source: Fleury 2007

Example 75-193:
Eewku la rob ili kwarik pur itee kaaweeitustayt.
Eewku
that
la
def.art.f.sg
rob
cop
ili
dress
kwarik
appropriate
pur
for
itee
where
kaa-wee-itustay-t.
rel-fut-go-3
That dress is appropriate for where she's going.

Source: Laverdure & Allard 1983: 25

Example 75-196:
Daa la priizuun ayaw muun galaan.
Daa
in
la
def.art.f.sg
priizuun
prison
aya-w
be-3
muun
1.poss.m.sg
galaan.
boyfriend
My boyfriend is in prison.

Source: Laverdure & Allard 1983: 241

Example 75-21:
Li maanzhii diseu la tab ashteew.
Li
def.art.m
maanzhii
food
diseu
on
la
def.art.m
tab
table
ashtee-w.
be.located-3sg
There is food on the table.

Source: Fleury 2007

Example 75-186:
Si tenn ptsit parsonn Irene.
Sitenn
be.3
ptsi-t
little-f
parsonn
person
Irene.
Irene
Irene is a small person.

Source: Laverdure & Allard 1983: 123

Example 75-190:
Opaapaawa sitaet aen vaav.
O-paapaa-wa
3.poss-father-obv
sitaet
cop.3
aen
indf.art.m.sg
vaav.
widower
Her father was a widower.

Source: Fleury 2007

Confidence:
unspecified